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Joined Date: Sep 04, 2010
Birthday: Jun 13
Reviewed Roasted Brussels Sprouts
"Wowzers! My new favorite way to cook brussel sprouts! Awesome! We have the same tastes in food! Love your recipes. I like them salty like fries too I have came to find out! =) "
Reviewed Weeknight Bolognese
"Awesome! I did change this up a bit only because I had a pound of Italian Sausage that I wanted to use. Also, I used fresh frozen tomatoes from the garden, thus using extra tomato paste as they where juice. I used a heaping tablespoon of dry basil as I didn't have fresh on hand in Febuary. So, normally I don't critique or review a recipe that "
Reviewed Moist and Easy Cornbread
"Although, I have not been a fan of Paula Deen 's online recipes in the past...this one is fantastic! Using Autry's Yellow Cornmeal, White Lilly Flour, and Organic Valley Buttermilk...this is probably the best cornbread I have ever eaten! I find her recipes in her magazine to be awesome, but, the online versions seem to 'miss' something. Thank"
"This is the prettiest pound cake! It looks so good...too bad there is no flavor to it. I followed the recipe exactly! Of course, with berries and whipped cream, or, a glaze...it would have flavor....maybe adding in some almond extract in addition to the vanilla! Thanks! "
Reviewed Spinach Gratin
"I just loved this recipe. I have to admit, it was tedious to squeeze 5 boxes of Frozen Spinach, but, the end result was nothing short of a masterpiece. Thanks again for sharing this one with me! "
Reviewed Mushroom & Leek Bread Pudding
"When Ina's new cookbook FOOLPROOF came out, well, I danced for joy. She has been my go to inspiration for years. This year, I was so looking for something new. Now, I must admit, Sara Moulton's recipe for Parsly, Thyme, and Sage dressing is quite a keeper and a great traditional recipe, but, this one is Phenomenal! A Tasty Change. I had the"
Reviewed Pear Crisp
"The taste was spot on with this recipe. Using 3#'s of Fresh Pears, the topping was perfect. I just grabbed a pan so I think I put it in more like an 8x12. I used all the topping and it was perfect for 3#'s of pears. There is a lot of juice in the bottom. I imagine the pears where really juicy. I really enjoyed it! "
Reviewed Gina's Best Collard Greens
"I got this recipe out of there cookbook! I can't wait to try more of them. I wish I had looked for this recipe online first, as, they where too sweet for me as well. But, the Collard Green recipe is good, not like my moms, but the best I have found yet (besides hers. God rest her soul! So, besides Ms Imogenes Greens! haha! (that was her name""
im a 45 y/o Barefoot Contessa student! I love to cook and I enjoy Ina Gartens Receipes and techniques.
I like most anything, I am partial to a great seafood meal. I also enjoy cocktail parties and upscale finger foods.